German Chancellor Angela Merkel reached in Bengaluru of Karnataka and communicated with Modi on several matters.
Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Tuesday observe German automotive major Bosch’s facility in Bengaluru for a apparent view of its operations in India.
According to a Bosch India officer “ PM Modi and Merkel both observed a powerpoint presentation on Bosch operations in India and walked through our innovation and vocational centres where research is done on innovative projects and skill development is imparted to our employees.”
Both the leaders alsocommunicated with top executives of German firms operating in India, including Bengaluru, and exchanged principle on how to help the government boost its ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digitise India’ initiatives for creating jobs and promote exports.
Earlier, Karnataka governor Vajubhai R. Vala and chief minister Siddaramaiah welcomed PM Narendra Modi who arrived by an Indian Air Force (IAF) at the HAL airport amid the best security.
After Bosch observe, PM Modi and Chancellor Merkel will jointly participate in a technology event.
They hosted by the National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) and the German Fraunhofer Institute on “Digitising Tomorrow”.
Merkel, 61, who is on a three-day official visit to India since Sunday, flew into Bengaluru on Monday night with a large official-cum-business delegation to participate in the twin events with Modi.